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Constitution Quiz

Vocab and People

QuestionAnswer
a period when economic activity slows and unemployment incteases depression
who led a rebellion in Massachusetts Daniel Shays
where did Shays's Rebellion take place Springfield
what caused Shays's Rebellion farmers were in debt and being sent to jail
which two states did not outlaw slavery or heavily tax it South Carolina and Georgia
who created the Free African Society Absalom Jones and Richard Allen
the freeing of individual enslaved persons manumission
Virginia planter who came up with the Virginia Plan James Madison
where did the Constitutional Convention take place Philadelphia
why did Washington attend the convention Shays's Rebellion
the president of the convention George Washington
former governor of Virginia who introduced the Virginia Plan Edmund Randolph
corresponding in size proportional
called for a 2 house legislature and court system with number of representatives equal to state size Virginia Plan
came up with the New Jersey Plan William Paterson
1 house Congress with equal representation but Congress can tax and regulate trade New Jersey Plan
from Connecticut and came up with the Great Compromise Roger Sherman
an agreement between two or more sides in which each side gives up some of what it wants compromise
2 house legislature and representatives equal to state population Great Compromise
every 5 slaves were worth 3 people 3/5 Compromise
didn't sign the Constitution Gerry, Randolph, Mason
Created by: madison.heaton